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Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 10:15 AM

Motorola  moto 360 smartwatch review (video).

Moto 360 Smartwatch, the Moon-Like Android Wear
Maybe a lot of you have dreamed of having a super sophisticated watch that allows you transform into super heroes when you were kids. Good news is we know have Moto 360 Smartwatch. This smartwatch won’t turn us into superhero, but it does grant us super power through its interactive multimedia. This modern timepiece will surely give you any information you need. This smartwatch is a more compact form of smartphone, even though we may think that the phone form is already compact. But of course, wearing watch is more casual than using phone and we don’t have to hold and store it over times.
Motorola moto 360
Moto 360 Smartwatch user manual tells us that the main function this stuff is to give us early and more quickly notifications, in a lot more convenient and practical way. Smartphone can do this thing as well, but remember that you need to pick it out from your pocket or bag only for a quick look. With smartwatch, you just need to look at your hand to see what’s new from your attended social media, apps and calendar appointments. It’s also enriched with tracking map that will help you to find the way. Still, you need to be informed that this watch also acts as an actual watch with more informative and interactive features aside clock kit, such as weather and temperature. It’s not only real-time mode one, but also forecast.

Moto 360 smartwatch is operated with Android Wear OS, a google developed OS specially designed for wearable electronics. It explains it looks and plays more like Google Now, instead of typical tab and smartphone. This smartwatch is wirelessly connected to your phone. So it enables you to respond the apps, text messages and play-pause-skip your music promptly. Moto 360 also allows you to answer the call and text back the message you got. It is also completed with tracking watch function, as it can track and save the data of how much steps you have taken. By adding more supporting apps, you can track more than your steps, like calorie.

Moto 30 is rumored to use OLED display which consumes 40% less when it set into black images. It is logically battery draining when it sets to white and colored. However, you don’t have to worry that your watch will not working at all when it is set to black. When you set it into power saving mode, it turns to be actual always-on watch screen.

Motorola Moto 360 user manual coming soon.